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  1. Content Article
    A decade after Andrew Lansley’s deeply controversial reforms, the Health and Care Act 2022 passed in April without much fanfare. At the heart of the Act is the idea that collaboration between health and care agencies is the best way to improve services and population health. The centrepiece of the changes is 42 ICSs – area-based agencies covering populations of around 500,000 to 3 million, designed to fill the vacuum in the local leadership of the NHS left by previous reforms. The presence of an intermediate tier in the NHS is nothing new, and ICSs have existed in some form since 2016. Bu
  2. News Article
    Proposals for primary care networks to evolve into more collaborative “integrated neighbourhood teams” to improve access to care have been broadly welcomed. A “stocktake” report commissioned by NHS England, published on 26 May, called for urgent same day appointments to be dealt with by “single, urgent care teams” for every neighbourhood with greater use of a range of health and social care professionals. The report, written by Claire Fuller, a general practitioner and chief executive of Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System, undertaken by Dr Claire Fuller, Chief Executive-design
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    This Westminster Health Forum conference will discuss the next steps for diagnosis, treatment and management of conditions that cause chronic pain, and the priorities for supporting people living with its effects. Delegates will examine the development of integrated healthcare in local communities and developing best practice for delivering patient-centred care - as well as the support required for the health workforce to deliver quality care and pain management for patients. It will be an opportunity to evaluate the recent updates to NICE’s guidance for chronic pain managemen
  4. News Article
    One of England’s most challenged integrated care systems (ICS) is set to miss by more than 800 patients the government’s target of eliminating two-year elective waits by July. Devon ICS currently estimates 860 patients will have waited longer than two years for planned care by July 2022, when all patients waiting longer than two years should have been treated – according to the NHS’s elective recovery plan. It is the first reported example of an ICS forecasting to miss the high-profile target which government has agreed with NHS England. The ICS, which is among the health syste
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    On 23 June 2022, National Voices is holding an all-day conference, as we explore the topic of Integrated Care Systems (ICSs), on the eve of ICSs becoming statutory bodies that cover the entirety of England. Now is the right moment to identify the changes we want to see as a result of this fundamental shift in the way the health and care system is organised. We want to see better, more equal outcomes for people, especially those not currently well supported by existing models. We also want to see more coordinated and effective care that enables people to live well, with fewer barriers between c
  6. Content Article
    This report from the Public Policy Projects recommends: 1. Qualitative research into the benefits that well-funded social care can have on quality of life, independency, isolation, relationships and general wellbeing. This should be combined with formal quantitative research into the impacts that properly funded social care can have on the NHS, including quantifiable information about hospital bed availability and the economic impact of the reduction of accidents and preventable illness. 2. There should be clear public guidelines on the social care system and how to access social ca
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